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i got a letter from a guy up in newfoundland who is on a rig up there. he was watching on a boat. i will probably read that tomorrow. thanks for watching us tonight. please remember the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> and this is a fox news alert. intelligent sources are convinced that the mideast attack on the consulate in libya was directly tied to al-qaeda. fox news is exclusively learning about the man likely behind the man and may have led the strike on the compound. the libyan was released from the u.s. prison at gitmo in 2007 and transferred to laborrian custody under the condition that he would be kept in jail. well, he was not. this is a shot of his picture on the guantanamo release file. according to those files he was also tied to finance sears
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behind 9/11. we expect to get more developments on the late breaking story throughout the hour. i want to put it into context for you. i have been saying for a week, two navy seals, an bam ambassador and others are dead and the government can't get on the same page about what happened. they are claiming it was not organized, not calculated, even claiming they had no evidence it was connected to the anniversary of 9/11. and they said an offensive movie trailer from youtube, that was to blame. let's look back at the spin m- in the last week. >> what sparked the recent violence was the airing on the internet of a very hate full, very offensive video that has offended many people around the world. >> it is in response not to united states policy, not to obviously the administration, not to the american people, it
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is in response to a video. >> now here we are finally today, more than a week after the benghazi strike. now the director of the national counterterrorism center now says that this was, in fact, an orchestrated terrorist attack. watch this. >> let me begin by asking you whether you would say that ambassador stevens and the three other americans died as a result of a terrorist attack? >> certainly on that particular question i would say yes, they were killed in the course of a terrorist tick attack on our embassy. >> here's what you need to take away from what we just presented and from the breaking news we cited at the top of the show. all of this contradicts what the obama administration has been telling you. this attack was, in fact, planned. it was coordinated and it was, in fact, connected to 9/11. it's time for the administration to tell you, the american people, the truth. i certainly know that the families of these four dead americans, they deserve to know the truth, and as to each and
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every one of you. joining me now former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani. how are you? >> fine. how are you? >> instead of attacking mitt romney when i saw the images of our am basscy being breached, our flag being burned, you said this ten seconds too early, two hours, why are we asking the question why, on the anniversary of 9/11, did we not have beefed-up security, especially in the light of the fact we learned that the libyans gave us three warning that this could possibly happen? >> i think this is an attempt by the administration, this whole conversation, susan rice and the people that were on television. this is an attempt to kind of spin your way out of it. i think the administration wanted us owl to believe the narrative that that they conqued
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al-qaeda, and simple fact is that isn't true. al-qaeda is extremely dangerous. they were related terrorist groups that are even more dangerous possibly, and maybe they took their eye off the ball. now there's going to be a certain amount of accountability for that and they don't want to be accountable for anything. >> isn't it part of the trend they had the movie trailer? the a.m. itit is a convenience screws and gets them off the hook. the etched has been overwhelming and granted, the media in this country, they don't do their job, so now there's culpability here and there's fair questions in terms of why did they not beef up security, who know it and when did they know it? fair questions? >> absolutely significant questions that have to be answered because we have had 20 of these going on in the last couple of days. i mean, this is not confined to just one place. and over the weekend ambassador rice said it was a spontaneous
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demonstration. i thought john mccain answered that pretty well, that people don't bring rocket-propelled grenades and heavy weapons to a spontaneous demonstration. this was clearly planned, it was clearly planned in advance. it was, and they hate to say these words, this administration, this was an islamic extremist terrorist attack. just like they said before when major hasan yelled out a phrase while slaughtering people. >> and you have that case. there are pictures available of the ambassador. his body is dragged through the streets. very reminiscent of mogadishu he was sodomized, brutally, viciously murdered and it seems
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that the president has put politics above telling the american people the truth because he wants to keep his helicopter, he wants to keep his beautiful plane and the nice house we paid for. >> owe far there's been only false and almost irresponsible spinning out of white house. a ridiculous statement, it was a spontaneous demonstration, it was caused solely by the video. you would have to be stupid to believe this kind of stuff and maybe they think the american people are stupid. watching it on sunday was really sad. and i think that the reality is that the president of the united states from the very beginning as really not faced up to islamic extremist terrorism in the way that he should. sure, they got bin laden in, surely, they have done a couple other things but every time they have one of these incidents he's looking for a euphemism to move away from it. >> what do you think the way the media attacked, this became the narrative, mitt romney came out
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early. mitt romney saw the images of our flag being burned and al-qaeda flag be being hung up and death to america. i think every american should speak out when they see those images. what do you think of that attack and he with fast forward and we have a few narrative. it's about a tape that we now discovered, oops, there's not -- we don't have the whole tape. we were told it was the whole tape and now we find out that's not true either. i wonder what words were taken out that they maybe conveniently lost? >> i mean, here's the end result, sean, right? a week later it turns out gov. romney was right. we shouldn't have apologized. in fact we apologized for 16 hours and then the administration did exactly what mitt romney said. they withdrew the apology. so mitt romney turned out to be right about that. we should not have apologized. instead we should have used it, as the president likes to say, as a teaching moment. we should have taught the world
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what our first amendment means. in fact it's very dangerous to apologize for it. that means we are subjected to americans being killed, americans being harassed no matter what stupid, crazy thing somebody in america says. the reality is we have free speech in this country. you didn't say it, the government didn't say it. what the government should have said the government has no responsibility for this. i think mitt romney made the right point. it also turns out the administration is completely wrong about what happened. this was not a spontaneous demonstration. in fact, it's embarrassing that they still have that narrative out there. and i think the amoebasdor of the united states should apologize for that very, very ignorant remark. >> now should the third highest, a promotion now for a lawyer who came to prominence defending a convicted terrorist. he's now number three at the justice department. does that concern you? >> i can't tell you exactly why there's sort of this euphemistic
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attitude about islamic trierism. you can't say war on terror. you can say war on women but not war on terror. it doesn't matter the president doesn't think there's a war on terror, they are at war with us as they have demonstrated the last few weeks. >> pretty pathetic. >> and the media is doing a good job of trying to make gov. romney the issue. >> the media is sold out. they have totally gob in the tank for obama and probably get worse for -- i don't think it will get better. probably get worse." good to see you. thank you. >> good to see you, thank you. >> we will she you a newly uncovered video of our future president and it will have a lot of people talking about his deeply held beliefs. and first a explosion rocks the sub burst over a tar toon featurings the prophet muhammad.
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and we will have liz cheney with us. and we will ask her if the president will have the confidence to stand up to these radicals. [ engine revving ]
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>> first it was low budget movie trailer that triggered violent riots across the robe and now fierce are growing a couple amateurish cartoons will spark new waves of unrest. it was released by a french satire magazine and four were injured when a bomb exploded near paris. the knee jerk reaction was to apologize to the extremists whose feelings were hurt by the youtube video. will they now say they are sorry for the lame cartoon? the response to the very threat
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by these terrorists are laughable. they are bung our flag, chanting death to america and they are apologizing to them. it's time to stop following the lead of a president who kicked off his administration with an apology tour. joining me now is liz cheney. good to see you. >> thank you. >> remember he goes to cairo and the muslim community in america and said i put an end to torture. basically telling them we tortured terrorists. >> completely slander us, shameful lie and said we violated our eye deals after 9/11. what happened now, after the consistent apologies you are seeing, is appeasement. i know people are hesitant to use that word. >> not me. >> that's right. and appeasement, recognition we were at war and what you were talking about, the latest development that we now have the lawyer who represented the american taliban, somebody who
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took up arms against the nation. >> he was convicted. >> convicted and now serves 20 years, is now in charge of detainee policy at the department of justice. >> the third-ranking power at the department of justice. >> right. >> we go through this ten, 16 hour period, are the response to our embassy being raided, death to america, flags being burned, that we are sorry that somebody put this idiotic trailer and then we asked youtube to pull it down and they rightfully, good for them, they said no. so what are we going to do about the french cartoon? >> the other thing we didn't to after the embassy attack,s the president went out in the rose garden rightly to condemn the death of our ambassador and failed to mention the attack on the embassy. the message went across the region, to those across the world, you can attack the
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embassy and burn the flag and the president won't condemn you. >> i think he has put them in a box. you can't say anything negative about the prophet. and hillary clinton was clapping and very and was very contract cal -- critical of the mormon religion. i don't see anybody fearing that they have got to apologize to the agent lick religion, lds faith if something offensive is said. but we feel an immediate compulsion to apologize to radical islamists because we don't want them to burn the world down. >> and you also had the president of the united states standing in the white house basically saying that the catholic religion has to violate key tenants of its faith because of the obamacare. >> another point. >> and people watch this and say we are in the middle of
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presidential campaign, the democrats and republicans are fighting, i think it's important for people to stop and say that isn't what it is here. you have to president who thinks it's okay to hire people in the u.s. government who supported and defended terrorists, people that are enemy of the nation. >> now we will give $2 million to the muslim brotherhood. we know what they want. dying in the name of allah is the highest form of life they can have. so why, after all of this, and now morsi, who wants said israelis are vampires, and is meeting with iran, he's going to get a meeting with the white house but benjamin netanyahu is not. >> we need a new president and we need a press to say the egyptians are not going to get the lone forgiveness this president has promised him. technically are they an ally or not an ally? they are not acting like an
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ally. if you allow our embassy to be attacked, that's not an ally. >> we should withhold funds, but is it a big enough issue? do you think people understand it in the country? i know most people are fixated on the economy. but i think we are watching the rise of islamic extremists and you better not say anything. >> i think we have the first time in our history a president who was determined to leave this nation weaker than when he came into the office. he's been effective of doing that and if we give him four more years, i fear we will be unrecognizable. >> thank you, liz. the white house admits it is the voice of barack obama on the newly recovered audiotape discussing the virtues of redistribution of wealth in america and more you have not seen from our president. it gives you insight into the
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>> last night on this program we played for you a recovered video from bach in 1998. if you missed it, here's this. >> as we try to resuscitate this notion that we are all in this thing together, leave nobody behind, we do have to be innovative in thinking how -- what are the delivery systems that are actually effective and meet people where they live? and my suggestion, i guess, would be that the trick -- and this is one of the few areas where i think there are technical issues that have to be dealt with, as opposed to just political issues, the trick is
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how do we structure government systems that pool resources and, hence, facilitate some redistribution because i actually believe in redistribution. at least at a certain level to make sure that everybody has got a shot. >> all right. here's what is scarier than the comments itself. earlier today the white house didn't deny this was the president, in fact they defended it. and they tried to blame the republicans for trying to change the focus of the election. watch this. >> all of this who follow politics and policy, whether we are on this side or your side of the podium, have seen circumstances like this where a campaign is having a very bad day or a very bad week and sometimes there are desperate efforts to change the subject. 14 years ago the then senator obama was making an argument for a mow efficient, more effective
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government. specifically citing government agencies that he did not believe remember working effective. he believes then and he believes now that there are steps to take to promote opportunity and make sure all americans have a share shot 23 they work hard. >> spinning it like a top. joining me is a fox news contributor and monica crawly. your reaction? >> it's the exact opposite of what president obama has done. this is not a bigamist industry. barack obama have a young age was steeped in social i am. in 2010 al sharpton, of all people said, it's not a bigamist try the american people voted for socialism when they elected barack obama, and the way he has governed the last four years, in fundamentally transforming all four major of the u.s. economy. the industrial base, the healthcare sector and the energy sector all to create massive
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wealth redistribution in the name of socialism. >> fewer americans working, 49 million americans on food stamps. you are a ref haven't, i know you care about people in poverty. why is one in six in poverty? you are telling me this is working? is this philosophy of redistribution working in your mind? >> sean, that tape you saw was a public tape. >> i asked if it is working. >> it is working and that's why barack obama is going to be re-elected. he's being re-elected because people believing in medicare and social security. >> but i didn't ask you about medicare or social security. >> that's what it is about. and we believe this taking care of least of them and you can carpet in redistribution but when you compare that public tape to the secret tape, but -- >> you don't want to talk about your candidate. >> i do because there's two different philosophies. the guy who said he would cut the deficit in half in four years, the guy who said he would
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create jobs, the guy who said he would get us out of the worst economy since great depression. 15 more million americans on food stamps and you are telling me this is a success? i don't get it. >> the guy who met with his party in tampa and never mentioned poor people -- >> how is that a suck sets. >> never mention his five-point specific plan. you haven't heard a word about it, neither has the american public. >> excuse me. i can give you the details. >> but romney hasn't. romney hasn't. >> he has to me. >> but he hasn't to the american people. you only got one vote. >> well, you are here and talking to the american people. >> when you talk about the poor from a christians perspective, there's a difference between individuals and private and charity taking care of them. and expanding government to such a huge level to do this kind of social justice or wealth redistribution. what obama is doing is changing the governing philosophy, the social contract between
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individuals. >> why do we have to go back 14 years? why don't you look at his four years as president? >> i just said it was his record. >> when you talk about veteran benefits -- >> 10% of the american people, the top ten, pay 70% of the federal income tax bill. >> but not mitt romney. >> he pace taxes. >> we don't know that. >> we do because he has released them. he's released the same amount as mccain. >> the top 70% pays most and bottom pay zip. you ask me, how do you make the case that those 10% paying 70% of the bill are not paying their fair share? how much of every dollar after people pay their taxes should people be able to keep in you make a dollar, how much should go to government and how much should people keep? i want a specific answer. >> that's a discussion for the
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american people. >> i'm asking what you think. you are a guest, i'm asking you. >> i'm telling you, i believe the tax code we have -- >> can i keep 50 cents. my dollar? >> and -- >> because i'm not paying my fair share because he said so? >> well, no, you asked me -- >>. >> i'll ask you. >> you don't want my answer. >> well, would it be fair if people say the government is selfish themselves if they take more than 50 cents after dollar. >> the government, when people don't -- when there are people who don't pay any taxes then the people who pay taxes end up being unfairly charged. do you believe the tax rate is fair? >> yes. >> then we have a fundamental difference. >> look, we don't have a revenue problem in this country works he have a spending problem. this government has gotten so far out of control under this president. he has expanded social welfare programs. he's ratcheted up the federal
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baseline to 29% of gp. >> we have to go. thanks for being here. >> we pray we get out of mess this guy has created. >> you will on november 7th. >> it's a tape you haven't seen yet. our future president in his own words and michelle malkin. all of that coming up. bob... oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech.
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>> the recent video of president obama admitting he believes in redistribution is not the only spotlight on his belief. we have another one from before he became commander in chief. watch this. >> that's the legacy of theirs. my notion is we collectively can decide on our fate. but things like technological
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change, things like mass media, things like the market are all subject to our control. i think in the end is has to be -- it does have to be a broad us, it has to be democracy with a small d, and i think recapturing the existed in the civil rights program but the unionizing program, in the populist movement, i think there is a running threat, one of the better angels of our nature in this country, which has been the notion that, you know, we can sit around the table and find common ground. >> joining me with reaction, the author michelle malkin. welcome back. >> thanks for having me back, sean. >> it goes deep into, we have more evidence, as if it were needed, because we have failed policy, but his belief in
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collectivism, the common good. but people still seem to be afraid to identify the president for this philosophy that has failed the country in his four years. >>ed video, which i think aaron klein should get credit for here, the more evidence we have, the better. and i don't agree with a lot of jaded, cynical observers out there who are turning up their noses every time one of these videos comes up. i think it's helpful, it's very useful. but it's certainly not a revelation given, as you say, the present. but all of these pieces of the past are confirmation of what we know now. and they are needed to persuade people who are late commerce to the real obama that we can't afford this in the future. and this, i think, is what the romney campaign really needs to stitch together, that it's his radical past, plus his disastrous present, that is going to usher in, if the people
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make the wrong decision, a more pair list, bankrupt and unsafe future. >> but look at the last two weeks how things have gone down. you have everything that happened benghazi, and finally now they admit it was a terrorist attack. before they would tell you anything but, just like fort hood was an employment situation. and 15 million more on food stamps, 49 million total. you say he's the food stamp president and you are called a racist. how do you deal with the media, and then they focus on the romney tape, which we now find out has missing minutes. how does he, romney, overcome what is an obvious media bias? >> well, i'll tell you how you don't deal with it. you don't listen to these beltway and manhattan chin pullers, these republican
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strategists who we should remind people of four years ago were all on the obama bandwagon and now pretend to give advice to romney. we know what their best interest is. their best interest at heart is their own self propgation. so don't listen to -- i'm sorry, i mean, they had their times but the peggy nunans and david brooks. brooks is drooling over obama's crease in his pants and talking about all the ivy league smarty pants who are going to change the world. we remember and we are holding them accountable and we discount their opinions now about what romney should do. you look at all the front pages of these so-called conservative web seats and mooning and groaning how romney has lost, it but out here in the heartland, outside of that bubble, people aren't paying attention to what
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david korn is saying and to the extent the video about romney and the so-called botch and the gaffe he made is getting out there. i think people now, having seen the fuller context of it, know exactly what romney was talking about when he was talking about the makers versus the takers. >> let me push this a little further here. and missing minutes, i would like to know the missing minutes. why do i suspect, deep in my heart, there's more to that story? whether we will ever get to the truth of it before the election is irrelevant. but i want to see romney on offense. i want to see him talking about the people who are in poverty and explaining to him, this is where i think this is an opportunity, explain out conservatism will help everybody in this country. that seems like an opening to me. >> well, he did. he did. if you watch the full video. >> the full video doesn't exist. >> and i'm putting it in quotation marks.
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but people need to talk about what he actually said. because in my column today, i talk about what he was talking about before he made the 47% remark. it got the biggest applause from that crowd and it will get the biggest applause from the people who will get the message. erelated the story he defends himself on the campaign trail. it is not getting pulled. and the most popular anecdote he heard is one he heard from marco rubio. marco rubio's parents told him when he was growing up, and they were very poor, that they were never taught to grievance amonger about people when had more than them. they never told their children that they deserved a piece of anybody else's pie. they said if you work hard enough, you put your head down, you can achieve that too and that was the message he heard from the republican national convention that was whitewashed by all the media lap dogs dogs d stenographer. it is the duty of people who work in media and people who want a new inhabitant of the
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empty chair in the white house in november to tell those stories that are being suppressed by those lap dogs, that white washed the radical past, who are overlooking the disastrous present, and who want to ensure a bankrupt future for america. >> total sellout. >> welfare. you always say let not your heart be troubled. >> well, it's not. this election -- the final decision has not been made yet and people understand there's going to be a lot riding on these debates, there will be a lot riding on events that we cannot foresee as of this moment. michelle malkin, good to see you. >> you you bet. take care. >> you don't want to miss this. when we come back we look back at the one of the most embarrassing days of the obama presidency yet, and by the way, it included a campaign event with a rapper who admitted to selling drugs and shoot mig owes brother a great day for obama.
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have rubbed shoulders with the president and a rapper who has admitted to selling crack and shooting his own brother. and that, sadly is a day in the life of president barack obama. with me is bernard whitman and kerry picket. he goes on letterman, let's just remind everybody, remember, sandra fluke, highlighted at the dnc, he calls her and i'm so sorry that horrible things were said about you but then he yuks it up with this guy. >> maybe one awkward moment in the game. one awkward moment for sarah palin at the "game, during the seventh inning her daughter was knocked up by alex rodriguez. >> teenage daughter knocked up by alex rodriguez? now sandra nuke was a big issue. tell me that's not hypocrisy. >> no, it's not. the fact is mitt romney ought to
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send barack obama a thank you note because mitt romney had the worst possible day in the world the day before. romney lost the presidency the day before. >> excuse me. excuse me. >> is that hypocrisy? >> i think it's complete hypocrisy. we are looking at barack obama looking into campaign mode -- no, he always because in campaign mode when he two been governing. we have the middle east in complete sham bells, thanks in part to barack obama's policy, and paris is burning at this point because we are seeing with the bombings. and we are also seeing an economy in complete shambles. he doesn't know how to balance his governing and campaigning. >> do you know what the national debt is now? >> about $15 trillion. >> wrong, 16. >> i said about 15. plus or minus from there. >> a trillion to our kids, no big deal.
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do you know what it was when obama took office? >> about 11. >> wrong, ten. >> again, plus or minus. >> at least he knows what the deficit is, obama did not know. >> here's the president that is on letterman, see how you answer this question. >> do you remember what the number was, ten trillion? >> i don't remember what the number was precisely. >> not precisely. he said bush was unpatriotic and unresponsible for $4 trillion in eight years. >> can we deal with facts, sean? >> can i deal with this and then you can finish. and bush unpatrick. >> the truth is they were spending six times the rate. you can hurl these assaults. >> hurl the assaults? >> yeah. >> right now the has the deficit
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gone up? >> the deficit has gone up. >> can i ask a question? >> and job creation has also gone up. >> and is it up 5.5 under obama, yes or no. >> approximately yes. >> and did he promise -- hang on. >> and he promised 4.6 private sector jobs. >> did he promise he would cut the deficit in half, mr. talking point >> that's one. the few promises he hasn't delivered on. >> are more americans working -- >> that he delivered on in the last three and a half are thers working or less than when he took office. >> there are 4.6 new private sector jobs. >> i'm not talking about that, i'm talking about the whole economy. are there more or less americans working sense he took office. >> there are less americans working at this point. >> you notice these guys, you are like a brain dead low -- lobotimized. you sound like -- >> every time he opens his mouth
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he either insults the americans or half the country, insults the brits or tell they should launch a dirty bomb. he is not serious and he's contribute today losing the senate, as well as the presidency. i would be upset if i were you, too. >> you have to stop lighting candles at the picture of obama every night. i have to go. next the focus group on swing state voters next. with the spark cash card from capital one, olaf's pizza palace gets the most rewards of any small business crit card! pizza!!!!! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, everday! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve the most rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capitalne. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back
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>> this election cycle has full of hard-hitling campaign ads from both sides of the isle. only 48 days until voters head to the policy there's no doubt the ads are going to continue to gain steam. joining me the pollster, the one and only frank luntz. how are you, sir? >> i'm fine. i'm not sure they are going to continue to gain steam in that so many voters have seen so many ads at this point, if you are in ohio, six of the eight are already politics and it's still a month and a half until election. >> before we get to the ads, how do you look at the events of the last two weeks? the president, i support redistribution. americans don't agree with redistribution. and we are learning in fact this
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was a terror attack, the an jersey of 9/11, and this president didn't beef up security at our embassies, despite warnings we had threats. >> there's a simple answer and it's actually a pretty ugly answer. if the american people saw the photographs as i did earlier today of the ambassador and what he went through the very last minutes ever his life, it's hard for me to talk about it, it's so horrific. but the public haven't seen the pictures. >> but the question is how big an impact could that have and is this something -- >> this is not a flag burning. this is not an average american tourist. >> this is an ambassador. >> this is the representative of the white house in libya viciously tortured and killed. dragged through the streets. we would not accept that from a tourist, let alone -- >> and what is the president going to do? nothing. >> that's when the outrage comes. i say for the people who are watching, go find the pictures
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on the web. don't show your kids because they will be alarmed. >> the i support redistribution doesn't impact the race at all? >> the problem with that it was said so long ago and no one is paying attention. they watched the obama video and they haven't seen the obama video. >> and let's go to this. the american workers put out by the romney campaign. let's look at this. >> this is american manufacturing when obama tookfs o under obama we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs and for the first time china is beating us. seven times he could have stopped china's cheating and seven times he refused. >> it's time to stand up to the cheaters and protect jobs for the american people. >> barack obama, failing to stop cheating, failing to help workers. >> effective ad? more than just effective. itagetates people to think their
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stimulus dollars went to create jobs in china. >> and finland and mexico. >> and all throughout the country. and that is actually one of obama's -- >> throughout the world. >> the world, and that's one of obama's weakest points in this administration that he didn't create the jobs here. there are two numbers, 23 million americans unemployed today, almost 4,000 gave up working last month alone. that's a powerful number. >> except for me and you, i don't really hear enough. that ought to be brought up in every single -- >> but do you now understand why romney has been having so much trouble with tracks the last few weeks? >> that would help him breakthrough. >> yes. >> this is a new ad by the rnc called redistribution. let's roll the tape. >> you were really talking about income inequality, which suggests redistribution. >> i'm going to interrupt you. >> i actually believe in redistribution. >> if you have been successful, you didn't get that on your own. >> i actually believe in
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redistribution. >> which suggests redistribution. >> if you have a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. >> we say this is the socialist obama. >> is it any wonder that someone who attacks success has led the worst economic recovery since the great depression? in america we celebrate success. we don't apologize for success! [cheers and applause] >> in this sense, this week, this whole campaign, this tipping point, two different views of america has really come into focus now. >> but it's come into focus, but not with the voters that really matter. not in ohio, not in florida, not in virginia which is the three states i'm following because they are hearing about this other video. so they don't get a chance to judge. and one more point, sean, as important as this general philosophy is, these people who are making the decision are really hurting. i was in charlotte just a few
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days ago, milwaukee, wisconsin. the amount of pain and suffering from the american people, unprecedented. >> does it matter that we now found out we have missing minutes from this tape? it seems, and yet a radical left wing magazine, radicalistist david korn behind this, shouldn't that at all? >> the public has started to discount a lot of this. it took a day or two, and they lost. the fact is it is up to mitt romney. let's be blunt. it is up to his performance in that first presidential debate. he is on fire? is he passionate? does he provide this. >> he needs to come out of the box on fire. >> in the opening statement and then from there to how hard is it he need to bunch obama in terms of retorecally. >> the issue is not about punching, the issue is does he get it and will he fight for us? does mitt romney have it inside him


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